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    Tuesday Tales WINNER 19!

     

    Challenge #19

     By entering, every contestant agrees to shamelessly promote and praise the winner on twitter.

    For all discussions about this challenge use hash tag #TuesdayTales

    Today I was the judgemaster!

     

    Since I’m in charge of this court room, I will be doing something a little different this week:

    I will be including all the HM’s & Winner’s Stories in this post! So you will have 4 lovely 100 word stories here!

    HONORABLE MENTIONS! 

     Best Drama –  @zombiemechanics !

    Had me wondering… why was his daughter’s soul in the fortress in the first place? When a story has you asking questions and wanting to know more, that is a story worth telling… not to mention reading!

    A Father’s Wrath

    Escher stood on the shore of the mirror lake atop a mound of demon corpses. The Keep of Asmodeus atop the mountain beyond was his final destination. The mammoth fortress held his daughter’s stolen soul.

    The ruined Knight remembered the torment of his soul ripping as he traded each vow to God for weapons to vanquish his foes. His honor traded for tattooed sigils of power, his faith for impenetrable mystical armor, his salvation for an unstoppable cursed blade.

    Perdition was the price for his quest.

    “I will save you, Sophia. As Knight and Father, I swear this to you.”

    Best Play on Words @LupusAnthropos !

    Taking apart the word Perdition and say it fast… does it sound like per edition to you? This story had me laughing and of course it will be a must read for all the writerly types out there… You’re reading this post… so yes you are writerly!

    Per Edition (I named it)

    The boat slowly approached the island, discharged its passengers and prepared to head back through the lake of fire.

    “Enjoy your new home,” said the driver.

    The island’s new inhabitants – all writers – objected strenuously. “What! We have, literally, just gone through Hell to have you publish our books. Your ad said it would be only $500 per edition! This is fraud and false advertising!”

    Abruptly, the driver revealed his true, demonic appearance and glared back.

    “Actually, that is where you are wrong. You should have read our invitation more carefully. It said, ‘$500 – Perdition.’”

    Best Name… @jezri1

    So when I thought of Perdition, did I think it was a name? No, but surely it was the best name for this character.

    Birthright

    Perdition Jones was destined for hell and his mother made sure he knew it. Every. Day. Of. His. Life. She claimed his was a virgin birth. His father? Satan. The proof was his birthmark. Three 6′s emblazened on the back of his neck.

    But one man’s curse is another’s fortune. Once he realized the power of his birthright, Perdition started his own cult. No kool aid. He promised his followers life. All they had to do was worship him. And kill. Starting with his mother.

    She thought he was damned? She had no idea what hell had in store for her.

    Best Psych out: @AntonioAngelo21

    Okay so right off the bat there were ink blots but I thought it was just a metaphor at first… then at the end I was like WOAh… it was an ink blot and this guy has a twisted mind! lol it was great.

    Ink Blot (I named it)

    The third inkblot went up, an island on a dark sea a million miles from nowhere the island of perdition ten thousand screaming souls unable to communicate over their own anguish, rivers of blood and bile, vomit and snot erupting through the screams of occupants and there i stood king of this island, their suffering music to my ears, the sounds of pain and suffering and dying testament to my reign, everyone i killed or hated populated this little island on paper.

    “i see a woman dancing doc, she dances like an angel all adore her.”

    Winner and Awesome Sauce Champ-een for the week…

    WINNER

    Best Play on Words @LupusAnthropos !

    Wolf or Human? Both!

    Taking apart the word Perdition and say it fast… does it sound like per edition to you? This story had me laughing and of course it will be a must read for all the writerly types out there… You’re reading this post… so yes you are writerly!

    Per Edition (I named it)

    The boat slowly approached the island, discharged its passengers and prepared to head back through the lake of fire.

    “Enjoy your new home,” said the driver.

    The island’s new inhabitants – all writers – objected strenuously. “What! We have, literally, just gone through Hell to have you publish our books. Your ad said it would be only $500 per edition! This is fraud and false advertising!”

    Abruptly, the driver revealed his true, demonic appearance and glared back.

    “Actually, that is where you are wrong. You should have read our invitation more carefully. It said, ‘$500 – Perdition.’”

    Everyone spread the word of the Awesome-ness that is : @LupusAnthropos

    ~GlitterLady

    You can check out all the rest of the entries of Tuesdaytales week 19 HERE

    OR check out the archive of all the tuesdaytales to escort you to your tuesdaytales needs HERE

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